m2w01 - EE 320 Winter 2001 Prof. Clymer Midterm 2 February...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 320 Winter 2001 Prof. Clymer Midterm 2 February 23, 2001 50 minutes Please write out the EE Honor Code Pledge: “No aid given, received or observed,” on this exam booklet and sign your name before turning in your exam. EE 320, Midterm 2–February 23, 2001 2 1.) (30 pts) For the amplifier circuit shown below, the diode is known to operate in reverse bias. In your own words, explain why the transistor must operate in saturation mode , i.e. explain why cut-off and normal modes are not possible for the transistor in this circuit. Assume V CC = 5 V, V ON = 0.7 V for the diode, β = 100 for the transistor and R 1 = 100 KΩ. V CC R 1 Circuit for Prob. 1 EE 320, Midterm 2–February 23, 2001 3 (this page left blank for calculations) EE 320, Midterm 2–February 23, 2001 4 2.) (40 pts) For the circuit shown below, transistor M 1 is known to operate in pinch-off mode with I D 1 Q = 1 . 5 mA, K = . 01 A/V 2 , λ =- . 001 V- 1 and V t =- 1 V....
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m2w01 - EE 320 Winter 2001 Prof. Clymer Midterm 2 February...

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